Ednam is notable for having been associated with several Scottish poets, namely Henry Francis Lyte, writer of Abide With Me; William Wright, John Gibson Smith and James Thomson, writer of Rule Britannia.
Near the village is a knoll called The Piper's Grave. It is named after a legend that a local piper once went searching for fairies in the hill, and was never seen again.
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- RCAHMS record of Ednam
- Gazetteer for Scotland: Parish of Ednam
- Scottish Borders Council: Adopted Local Plan / Ednam Settlement Profile and Map
- Ednam Primary School, Inspections
- Church of Scotland: Parish of Kelso North and Ednam
- Ednam website
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